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Colombia installs first solar street light

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Colombia installed its first solar street light in the southwestern city of Tulua.

The stop light uses low-watt, high-efficiency LED lights, operated by basic software to reduce the unnecessary use of electrical systems

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In addition, the street light can be administered and monitored over the internet.

The solar street light is expected to last 25 years, requiring minor maintenance, with lights that last 5 to 10 years.

The installation of the high efficiency street light was part of a decree by Colombia’s Ministry of Mining and Energy, meant to regulate efficient energy use by the state government by mandating a ban on high energy illumination systems and encouraging energy efficiency instead.

Tulua, Valle del Cauca

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